Vintage 1960's London Tea Towel - Map of Visitor's London Travel Souvenir - Irish Linen
When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life... Samuel Johnson
In the 1960's, if you wanted to go visit the Queen of England this is how you got there... by consulting the directions on your colorful Irish linen tea towel! Well maybe not exactly, but the point of this fun city map was to remember your fun and jaunty time bobbing around town exploring all the beautiful sites London has to offer. Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park, Piccadilly Square, London Bridge, The Tate Gallery, Royal Albert Hall - they are all featured here, plus many more attractions that make up the history-laden city that we all know and love.
As a souvenir it's pretty fantastic, not only for its bright colors, but also for its references, which means when you returned home from your jet-set trip abroad you could invite all your best pals over for buckets of cocktails and oodles of stories detailing your English escapades.
Made in Ireland during the 1960's, this tea towel is made of Irish linen, which is very durable and holds up well during washing. Not only does it look bright and cheerful on the cocktail cart but it also looks equally charming hanging from a hook in the kitchen or framed on a wall as an eye-catching piece of art.
- Made of Irish linen
- Highlights stores, theaters, hotels and places of interest
- Colors include teal, lime green, red, ivory and black
In beautiful vintage condition. Bright, crisp colors and very clean fabric. No spots, stains, tears, rips or pulled threads.
Measures 30" inches (width) x 20" inches (length)
England holds a special place in our heart here in the kitchen, find more vintage antique pieces from this royal country here.